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September 09, 1988 - Image 54

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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THE STAFF AT
ONE ON ONE ATHLETIC CLUB
WISHES ALL OF OUR
MEMBERS AND FRIENDS A
HAPPY, HEALTHY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR

ONENONE
ATHLETIC CLUB

6343 FARMINGTON ROAD • JUST NORTH OF MAPLE IN WEST BLOOMFIELD • 626.9880

JEWISH CROSSWORDS

Please note: spelling of Yiddish and Hebrew transliterations vary.

ACROSS

1. Hebrew letter
5. Levantine
housemaid
9. L'chaim!, e.g.
14.Golda
15. Unit of loudness
16.Schver or Schviger
17. Long-haired
sheepdog
18. Intense dislike
19.Bodily opening
20. Shabbat meal
beginning
23. Other (Scot.)
24. Jacob's brother
25. Last word in
"Ulysses"
27. "Fiddler's"
milkman
31. Psalmist
35. Shlep in Katmandu
38. Eagle's nest
40. Israeli tree
41. Poker bet
42. Palm tree
43. Almost a minyan
44. Malaysian boat
45. Jordan Valley lake
46. Unit of magnetic
flux density
48 "
Were a
Rich Man."
50. New York canal
53. Not yet payable
57. Deli breakfast
61. Zodiacal sign
62. Synagogue dais
63. Bind
65. Shayna maidel
66. Prayer ending
67. Demos or Phobos
68. Egg-shaped
69.Treyfe schmaltz
70. Yogic practice

21. Yiddish
grandfather
22. Chanukah treat
26. Mogen David
28. Flower holder
29. Shana or Yahr
30. Southern
hemisphere
constellation
31. Rickles
32. Dismounted
33. Fruit of the
34. American
composer
36. Cousin of DNA
37. Small case
39.
Kippur

DOWN

1. Electrical unit
2. Israel's Bank __
3. Israeli port
4. Estuary (var.)
5. On land
6. Jordan Valley
region
7. Pilasters
8. Cool one's
9. Kiddush cup
wrapping?
10. Upon
11.Felipe or Manny
12. Coarsely ground
corn
13.Airline (abbr.)

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44. Yugoslav coin
45. Type of skirt
47. Tenant
49.
games
51. Israeli conductor,
Eliahu
52. Abnormal swelling
54. Moral doctrine
55. Hebrew
College
56. Lulav's partner
57
Shabbat
58. Israeli girl's name
59. Chanukah
60. Counting the
61. Australian
Primitives
64. Double helix

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J1 (c , Copyright 1988 Charles E.S. Goldstein

Puzzle answer on Page 195.

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A Happy New Year

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SINCE 1922

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1988

NEWS

Shamir Asks Tamir Firing
Over Recognizing PLO

Jerusalem (JTA) - Premier
Yitzhak Shamir has demand-
ed the resignation of a top
Foreign Ministry official who
publicly acknowledged in
Washington last week that
the Palestine Liberation
Organization represents the
Palestinian people.
Maj. Gen. Avraham Tamir,
director general of the
ministry, made the statement
in an Aug. 31 address to the
pro-Israel Washington In-
stitute for Near East Policy.
The New York Times last
week quoted Tamir as saying
that "everybody knows the
PLO is the national organiza-
tion for the Palestinian peo-
ple. There is no replacement
for that organization. So the
question is not how to replace
the PLO, but how to change
it."
Members of Shamir's Likud
bloc say the statement is a
departure from Israeli
government policy. Israel of-
ficially refuses to recognize
the legitimacy of the PLO as
a representative body and
views the organization as a
terrorist body bent on the

destruction of the Jewish
state.
But leaders of the rival
Labor Alignment, which con-
trols the Foreign Ministry,
maintain that Tamir was only
acknowledging that the
Palestinians view the PLO as
their representative body.
They point out that he did not
call for recognition of the
PLO.
Gal said that while Tamir
declared that Palestinians
consider the PLO their
organization, it would be
wrong to infer that this
signals a change of policy in
Israel.
Until the PLO "stops ter-
rorism," accepts United Na-
tions Security Council
Resolutions 242 and 338,
which recognize Israel's right
to exist, and agree to trade ex-
change territory for peace,
Gal said there should be no
recognition of the PLO.
Tamir was in the United
States before traveling to
Mexico City to chair a con-
ference of Israeli ambassadors
in Central America.

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